Frozen Instant Imagery wrote:
My inner pedant forces me to point out:
There are two 200mm L lenses in Canon's current line-up. The 200mm f/2.8L and the 200mm f/2L IS. They are really different, but both qualify as a "200L". Easy to tell them apart - one is black and light and one is heavy and white
optimistic negatives wrote:
Sure, but we were talking about the 200 2.8L, so I didn't figure specifying would be necessary.
There's also a 200 1.8L!
I said "in Canon's current line-up". The 200 1.8L was discontinued quite a long time ago (wow - 10 years ago according to LensPlay!).
I think the OP will enjoy the 135L. It's an excellent lens. It was the first L prime I bought, and one I usually include in my bag when selecting a subset.